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Jefferson City News Tribune
Missouri to allow rating systems for preschoolnation that prohibited quality rating systems for preschools. However, Gov. Jay
Missouri to allow rating systems for preschool
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted yesterday
nation that prohibited quality rating systems for preschools. However, Gov. Jay Nixon signed a law Wednesday that allows early childhood education centers to opt into a voluntary quality rating system. The Department of Elementary and Secondary... Read more
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The Star
Breaking down the barriers - Educationthat mould by seeking help for mental health related issues. Universiti Malaya
Breaking down the barriers - Education
The Star / Posted yesterday
that mould by seeking help for mental health related issues. Universiti Malaya Specialist Centre psychiatrist Assoc Prof Dr Muhammad Muhsin Ahmad Zahari said he sees many individuals between their mid-20s to their 30s at his clinic, many of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Home Affairs - a Story of Child Marriage SurvivorsJonsaba Jaiteh and Fatou Ceesay, two survivors of early marriage, have been giv
Home Affairs - a Story of Child Marriage Survivors
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
Jonsaba Jaiteh and Fatou Ceesay, two survivors of early marriage, have been giving heart-touching testimonies of the torment that changed their lives. Speaking at the official launching of First Lady Zineb Yahya Jammeh's campaign to end child... Read more
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Asian journal
Teenage Filipina’s oil painting goes to The Met in NYCYsabel Simon, for my column this week] “BREAKTHROUGHS happen when raw talent i
Teenage Filipina’s oil painting goes to The Met in NYC
Asian journal / Posted 2 days ago
Ysabel Simon, for my column this week] “BREAKTHROUGHS happen when raw talent is greeted with appreciation, recognition and encouragement. Parents and siblings who say, ‘Wow, that’s a beautiful artwork.’ Teachers who give us encouraging words... Read more
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BC Local News
No resolution in sight for over-capacity issues at Chilliwack's southside schoolsSchool overcrowding on the south side of Chilliwack is so bad the problem needs
No resolution in sight for over-capacity issues at Chilliwack's southside schools
BC Local News / Posted 3 days ago
School overcrowding on the south side of Chilliwack is so bad the problem needs a tourniquet, yet the school board is left begging the provincial government for a band-aid. At Promontory Heights Elementary the expected enrolment for September of... Read more
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KAIT Jonesboro
Missouri preschools to be on rating systemGovernor Nixon signed into law a bill that establishes a Quality Rating Systems
Missouri preschools to be on rating system
KAIT Jonesboro / Posted 3 days ago
Governor Nixon signed into law a bill that establishes a Quality Rating Systems for early childhood education serving children between birth and kindergarten. Missouri is the last state to have such a system. With the provision in Senate Bill 638,... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Missouri preschools to be on rating systemGovernor Nixon signed into law a bill that establishes a Quality Rating Systems
Missouri preschools to be on rating system
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 3 days ago
Governor Nixon signed into law a bill that establishes a Quality Rating Systems for early childhood education serving children between birth and kindergarten. Missouri is the last state to have such a system. With the provision in Senate Bill 638,... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
New law to require civics test, CPR for high schoolersMissouri high school students will need to pass a civics exam and public school
New law to require civics test, CPR for high schoolers
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
Missouri high school students will need to pass a civics exam and public schools must set time aside daily for the Pledge of Allegiance, under a package of education measures Gov. Jay Nixon signed into law Wednesday. The new law requires most... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Gov. Nixon signs bill to establish preschool rating systemNixon signed a bill into law Wednesday that would establish a quality rating sy
Gov. Nixon signs bill to establish preschool rating system
KOMU Columbia / Posted 4 days ago
Nixon signed a bill into law Wednesday that would establish a quality rating system for Missouri preschools. The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary School Education will collaborate with Missouri Head Start and the Missouri... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
June 16 1976 - the Day Youth Changed South Africa's HistoryCompiled by Mary Alexander It took a single day for young South Africans to ch
June 16 1976 - the Day Youth Changed South Africa's History
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
Compiled by Mary Alexander It took a single day for young South Africans to change the course of South Africa's history, setting us on the path to freedom and democracy. That day was 16 June 1976. Here is an hour-by-hour account of events as they... Read more
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Ghanaweb.com
Creating Jobs Using the Digital EconomyFeature Article of Monday, 20 June 2016 JOBS OF THE FUTURE IN GHANA ­ INCREASI
Creating Jobs Using the Digital Economy
Ghanaweb.com / Posted 7 days ago
Feature Article of Monday, 20 June 2016 JOBS OF THE FUTURE IN GHANA ­ INCREASING DIGITAL ECONOMY’S CONTRIBUTION TO GHANA’S GDP FROM 2.4% Author: Augustine Blay, President of Lead One Africa On March 31, 2016, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, the 2016... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Family practiceDr. Philip J. Benyo always thought of his son, Daniel, as the free spirit of th
Family practice
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 8 days ago
Dr. Philip J. Benyo always thought of his son, Daniel, as the free spirit of the family. After graduating from Hazleton Area High School, Daniel moved to Boston to study recording engineering, then found himself in California, where he juggled jobs... Read more
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The Rhinelander Daily News
In Minnesota, an innovative autism school soarsThe school in Minnetonka, Minnesota, opened in 2008, the product of hard work a
In Minnesota, an innovative autism school soars
The Rhinelander Daily News / Posted 9 days ago
The school in Minnetonka, Minnesota, opened in 2008, the product of hard work and the vision of two couples with autistic children, with a mission to provide a gateway to independence and self-determination for children on the spectrum. Operated as a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
First Lady Calls for Concerted Efforts to End Child MarriageThe First Lady of the Islamic Republic of The Gambia, Her Excellency Madam Zine
First Lady Calls for Concerted Efforts to End Child Marriage
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 days ago
The First Lady of the Islamic Republic of The Gambia, Her Excellency Madam Zineb Yahya Jammeh, has called for concerted efforts in ending early child marriage in the country. She was speaking during the official launch of the Africa Union (AU)... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Brig-Gen Muchemwa - the Guerilla Medical DoctorON the morning of June 14, 2016 the nation learnt with deep sorrow the passing
Brig-Gen Muchemwa - the Guerilla Medical Doctor
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 days ago
ON the morning of June 14, 2016 the nation learnt with deep sorrow the passing on of Brigadier-General Dr Felix Ngwarati Muchemwa, one of Zimbabwe's most decorated and post-independence military general officers who served the nation both as... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Allow Girls to Learn - Flotus Must See and Hear Liberia's Realityher brief stop in Monrovia later this month, the world will briefly take notice
Allow Girls to Learn - Flotus Must See and Hear Liberia's Reality
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
her brief stop in Monrovia later this month, the world will briefly take notice as it has, whenever the popular first lady and her daughters Sasha and Malia join her in one of her famous world tours. Not Showboats & Eye Servants Looking For Selfie... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
USD 501 reviews multi-year visionplan, superintendent Julie Ford told the school board Thursday evening. This y
USD 501 reviews multi-year vision
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 10 days ago
plan, superintendent Julie Ford told the school board Thursday evening. This year the district narrowed the number of initiatives it tackles simultaneously, Ford said. The focus included efforts to implement trauma-informed techniques, in... Read more
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Harrow Times
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study saysA "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study says
Harrow Times / Posted 10 days ago
A "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils to offset budget cuts elsewhere, new polling shows. In a survey, 6% of teachers reported this as the main priority for their school's pupil premium spending - an increase... Read more
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Gazette News
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study saysA "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study says
Gazette News / Posted 10 days ago
A "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils to offset budget cuts elsewhere, new polling shows. In a survey, 6% of teachers reported this as the main priority for their school's pupil premium spending - an increase... Read more
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Bolton News
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study saysA "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study says
Bolton News / Posted 10 days ago
A "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils to offset budget cuts elsewhere, new polling shows. In a survey, 6% of teachers reported this as the main priority for their school's pupil premium spending - an increase... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study says New research shows that more schools are using money meant for disadvantaged
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study says
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
New research shows that more schools are using money meant for disadvantaged pupils to offset cuts A "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study saysA "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study says
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 10 days ago
A "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils to offset budget cuts elsewhere, new polling shows. In a survey, 6% of teachers reported this as the main priority for their school's pupil premium spending - an increase... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study saysA "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study says
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 10 days ago
A "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils to offset budget cuts elsewhere, new polling shows. In a survey, 6% of teachers reported this as the main priority for their school's pupil premium spending - an increase... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study saysA "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study says
Croydon Guardian / Posted 10 days ago
A "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils to offset budget cuts elsewhere, new polling shows. In a survey, 6% of teachers reported this as the main priority for their school's pupil premium spending - an increase... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study saysA "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study says
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
A "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils to offset budget cuts elsewhere, new polling shows. In a survey, 6% of teachers reported this as the main priority for their school's pupil premium spending - an increase... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study saysA "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study says
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 10 days ago
A "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils to offset budget cuts elsewhere, new polling shows. In a survey, 6% of teachers reported this as the main priority for their school's pupil premium spending - an increase... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study saysA "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study says
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
A "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils to offset budget cuts elsewhere, new polling shows. In a survey, 6% of teachers reported this as the main priority for their school's pupil premium spending - an increase... Read more
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Northern Echo
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study saysOne in five of respondents did not know what the main priority for their pupil
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study says
Northern Echo / Posted 10 days ago
One in five of respondents did not know what the main priority for their pupil premium funding was. But 3% of senior leaders and 7% of classroom teachers - a total of 6% - stated that it was for "offsetting budget cuts elsewhere". The pupil... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study saysA "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study says
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
A "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils to offset budget cuts elsewhere, new polling shows. In a survey, 6% of teachers reported this as the main priority for their school's pupil premium spending - an increase... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study saysA "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study says
Kingston Guardian / Posted 10 days ago
A "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils to offset budget cuts elsewhere, new polling shows. In a survey, 6% of teachers reported this as the main priority for their school's pupil premium spending - an increase... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study saysA "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study says
Oxford Mail / Posted 10 days ago
A "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils to offset budget cuts elsewhere, new polling shows. In a survey, 6% of teachers reported this as the main priority for their school's pupil premium spending - an increase... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study saysA "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study says
Streatham Guardian / Posted 10 days ago
A "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils to offset budget cuts elsewhere, new polling shows. In a survey, 6% of teachers reported this as the main priority for their school's pupil premium spending - an increase... Read more
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Bury Times
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study saysA "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study says
Bury Times / Posted 10 days ago
A "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils to offset budget cuts elsewhere, new polling shows. In a survey, 6% of teachers reported this as the main priority for their school's pupil premium spending - an increase... Read more
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Gazette
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study saysA "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study says
Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
A "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils to offset budget cuts elsewhere, new polling shows. In a survey, 6% of teachers reported this as the main priority for their school's pupil premium spending - an increase... Read more
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guardian-series
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study saysA "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study says
guardian-series / Posted 10 days ago
A "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils to offset budget cuts elsewhere, new polling shows. In a survey, 6% of teachers reported this as the main priority for their school's pupil premium spending - an increase... Read more
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This is West Country
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study saysA "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils
Schools offset cuts with funds meant for disadvantaged pupils, study says
This is West Country / Posted 10 days ago
A "growing" number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils to offset budget cuts elsewhere, new polling shows. In a survey, 6% of teachers reported this as the main priority for their school's pupil premium spending - an increase... Read more
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Times News
Tamaqua approves school lunch prices with no increasethe same in the 2016-17 school year. On Tuesday, the board’s Finance Committee
Tamaqua approves school lunch prices with no increase
Times News / Posted 10 days ago
the same in the 2016-17 school year. On Tuesday, the board’s Finance Committee approved the 2016-17 cafeteria breakfast and lunch prices with no increase. Prices are $2.35 for elementary; $2.60 for secondary; $3.75 for adult; and $1.25 for... Read more
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iol.co.za
#76AT40: Big lesson from the Student UprisingsSome 40 years later, tears from tear gas smoke; the sounds of bullets maiming a
#76AT40: Big lesson from the Student Uprisings
iol.co.za / Posted 11 days ago
Some 40 years later, tears from tear gas smoke; the sounds of bullets maiming and killing innocent students who dared challenge the obnoxious apartheid education system, Bantu education, still linger on vividly in our cheeks and minds as those who... Read more
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New Kerala
1 in every 3 child labourers in Jharkhand is illiterate: CRY - newkerala.com #76748Ranchi, June 14 : Almost 36pc of child labourers in Jharkhand in the age group
1 in every 3 child labourers in Jharkhand is illiterate: CRY - newkerala.com #76748
New Kerala / Posted 13 days ago
Ranchi, June 14 : Almost 36pc of child labourers in Jharkhand in the age group of 5-14 years cannot write their names, analysis of the latest Census data by CRY- Child Rights and You reveals. This means that one in every three child labourers in the... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Community Listings (June 13, 2016)June 2-18: The Belleville Theatre Guild presents “The Music Man,” written by Me
Community Listings (June 13, 2016)
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 13 days ago
June 2-18: The Belleville Theatre Guild presents “The Music Man,” written by Meredith Willson and directed by David Kidd. There’s trouble in River City when a smooth-talking travelling salesman gets his heart stolen by the town librarian. Adults $25,... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Gender imbalance: Are females missing out on Singapore's tech revolution?2008, Fiona Tay made history by becoming the first female to win the Singapore
Gender imbalance: Are females missing out on Singapore's tech revolution?
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 14 days ago
2008, Fiona Tay made history by becoming the first female to win the Singapore Physics Olympiad. Fast-forward eight years, and she is still challenging gender stereotypes, although she is nowhere to be found near a physics lab. These days, Ms Tay... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
28 vie for title of ’16 Laurel QueenCandidates and their biographies follow, but their photos only are available in
28 vie for title of ’16 Laurel Queen
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 14 days ago
Candidates and their biographies follow, but their photos only are available in the printed newspaper: Jade McKeirnan, of Sylvania Township, will represent Austin Area Junior-Senior High School. She is the granddaughter of Carla McKeirnan, of... Read more
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Rappler
Senior high school: No youth left behind?MANILA, Philippines – The Philippines' education sector has seen quite a number
Senior high school: No youth left behind?
Rappler / Posted 14 days ago
MANILA, Philippines – The Philippines' education sector has seen quite a number of changes in the past 6 years, but none of them were as dramatic and controversial as the shift from a 10-year to a 12-year basic education cycle. The Department of... Read more
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Rappler
PH rolls out senior high's Grade 11 nationwideFIRST DAY. Students of the Batasan Hills National High School line up during th
PH rolls out senior high's Grade 11 nationwide
Rappler / Posted 14 days ago
FIRST DAY. Students of the Batasan Hills National High School line up during the opening of classes in Quezon City on June 1, 2015. File photo by Ben Nabong/Rappler MANILA, Philippines – Around 24 to 25 million Filipino students are expected to head... Read more
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New Kerala
2 in every 5 child labourers in Bihar is illiterate:CRY - newkerala.com #75873Patna, June 12 : Almost 40pc of child labourers in Bihar in the age group of 5-
2 in every 5 child labourers in Bihar is illiterate:CRY - newkerala.com #75873
New Kerala / Posted 15 days ago
Patna, June 12 : Almost 40pc of child labourers in Bihar in the age group of 5-14 years cannot write their names, analysis of the latest Census data by CRY- Child Rights and You reveals. This means that two in every five child labourers in the state... Read more
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The News & Observer
After New Schools’ collapse, questions emerge about finances, spendingspending Documents show executive director Tony Habit knew about potential def
After New Schools’ collapse, questions emerge about finances, spending
The News & Observer / Posted 15 days ago
spending Documents show executive director Tony Habit knew about potential deficit in mid 2015 Organization moved to new offices, spent $600,000 on furniture and equipment before bankruptcy New Schools owes more than $950,000 to school... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
N.Y. tips glass to craft beveragesTier aims to capitalize on beverage tourism If you step into the unassuming ta
N.Y. tips glass to craft beverages
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
Tier aims to capitalize on beverage tourism If you step into the unassuming tap room at the Farmhouse Brewery in Owego and order Taste of the Farmhouse, you get 15 sample-size glasses containing a baker’s dozen of beers brewed on-site, a cider... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
Tom's #Mailbag, June 10, 2016Good summer questions, mailbag readers. Another question about our mighty loca
Tom's #Mailbag, June 10, 2016
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
Good summer questions, mailbag readers. Another question about our mighty local waterway, the Boneyard, and about a hoped-for lake, horses in downtown Champaign, closing/opening hours for parks, Champaign students headed to college, speed bumps at... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Database: 2016 FSA Scores for South Florida schoolsThe Florida Department of Education released scores from the Florida Standards
Database: 2016 FSA Scores for South Florida schools
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 16 days ago
The Florida Department of Education released scores from the Florida Standards Assessments, or FSA, on Friday. The tests show how students did on the standardized language arts and math exams. The language arts exams were taken by students in grades... Read more
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OJornal News
18 honored at Heritage Day of Portugal at the State House in Boston Recipients of the Portuguese Heritage Award with state legislators, Portugues
18 honored at Heritage Day of Portugal at the State House in Boston
OJornal News / Posted 16 days ago
Recipients of the Portuguese Heritage Award with state legislators, Portuguese government officials and the event´s guest of honor, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and... Read more
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